King’s College Old Boys Association marked their 105th anniversary on the 18th of September, 2014. The 2014 Founder’s Day lecture was tagged “The vision of Nigerian Political Parties for Education”.
The occasion, which gave political parties the platform to share their vision for education, attracted guests from all walks of life, including former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi who shared his past experience, Former Governor of Ekiti State, Segun Oni, who represented the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, John Oyegun also gave a break down of APC’s vision for education in Nigeria. The essence of this annual lecture was to discuss strategies in which the education sector of the nation can be re-structured.
Shell Hall of the Muson Centre, venue of the occasion, was filled with the King’s College old boys who have come to express their concern on the state of education in the country. Five Panelists were invited to grace this occasion and share their visions for education and also give strategies that can aid the achievement of this goal.
with former Governor of Anambra State Mr Peter Obi
with Mr Tonye Cole, MD and CEO of Sahara Group
with Pastor Ituah Ighodalo of Trinity Christian Centre (middle) and Alhaji Jani Ibrahim, Chairman Lubcon Oil Group
with Mr Vincent Maduka, The First Director General of NTA and Faculty member of school of media and communication PAN Atlantic University
with Mr Segun Olukoya Vice President Nexzton Business Services (middle) and another Guest
with Mr keem Bello- Osagie former MD UBA Group, current Chairman Etisalat Nigeria and President of the Kings College Old Boys Association